The crowd at Hillenbrand Stadium on the campus of the Univ. of Arizona witnessed a thrilling ending as the Lancers won 6-5 on their last at-bats. Here’s highlights from our sportscast on News 4 Tucson:
May 14, 2019
Tucson police tried to take the concealed weapons permit from the man accused of killing a US marshal.
The Federal Government has waived environmental laws in order to build barriers along the U.S. Mexico border
A program at The University of Arizona received two giant donations on Tuesday, May 14th in order to help students in need.
According to Census Bureau data, there are more than 71 million people in the U.S.are 60 and older.
And many Americans who reach retirement age are moving to warmer climates that offer a lower cost of living.
The Pima County Sheriff’s Department has arrested one student after an investigation into a threat a student made about “shooting up the school.”
Here’s more from the “doggy-pile” celebration after the final out (from Tuesday sportscast on News 4 Tucson):
Jamarl Baker has announced via twitter that’s he’s transferring from Kentucky to the University of Arizona.
Eloy Police Department is investigating a man after a dead woman was found in his passenger seat during a traffic stop.
Tucson Police Department is processing sexual assault kits like never before, according to TPD’s crime lab superintendent.
The Tucson Police Department teamed up with local teenagers to address the dangers of distracted driving.
The Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, Youth on Their Own and Primavera Foundation’s Casa Paloma teamed up with the program to provide services to those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Drexel Heights Fire District is using new equipment thanks to a Federal Emergency Management Agency grant.
Changes could be coming to the DeConcini Port of Entry in Nogales.
Jed Dodds has the details on the Andean bear introduction at the Reid Park Zoo.
A Sun Valley Elementary School teacher was arrested and booked on five counts of molestation of a child and one count of sexual abuse of three different fifth-grade students, court documents say.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild declared May 14 as Decency Day in Tucson.
A prescribed burn is being held on Mica Mountains in the Saguaro Wilderness of the Rincon Mountain District near Saguaro National Park East starting Tuesday.
Tucson Fire Department responded to a house fire in the 3500 block of South Calexico Avenue on April 16. TFD said the fire caused a large section of the house’s roof to collapse into the structure.
Grand jury will not reconsider charges against man accused of killing Isabel Celis and Maribel Gonzales
Clements’ attorneys filed a motion to reconsider the most serious charges, including kidnapping and murdering the girls.